BITalino Arduino Body Tracking Development Board Unveiled (video)

Body Tracking Development Board

Makers, developers and hobbyists that are creating projects that need to body tracking signals or track fluctuations in body functions for medical devices, may be interested in a new Arduino compatible development board called the BITalino.

The BITalino has been specifically built for developers or makers that are interested in building self tracking applications based on information from a human body. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the BITalino project and see it in action.

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FlowPaw Teaches Computer Coding By Building Gizmo Projects (video)

Learn Computer Coding

Anyone interested in learning to code or would like to help someone else learn, may be interested in a new educational coding platform called FlowPaw which has been designed to make learning computer coding interactive, fun and engaging.

Designed by DSP Robotics based in London the FlowPaw comes complete with its own drag-and-drop software which enables learners to create gizmos quickly and efficiently and see how they work.

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Desktop Sintratec SLS 3D Printer Unveiled For $3,999

Sintratec SLS 3D Printer

Sintratec has this week unveiled more details about their new desktop Sintratec SLS 3D printer which is aiming to provide desktop SLS 3D printing technologies for the home and small business market.

Earlier this year Sintratec announced they were developing a new SLS 3D printer that will be priced under $5,000. The company has this week revealed that their new SLS 3D printer will be launching on the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign priced at just $3,999.

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Controllino Arduino Open Source CE And UL Certified IOT Controller (video)


Some of our readers might remember the Controllino PLC Arduino open source Internet of Things controller we featured here on Geeky Gadgets back in March of this year.

Unfortunately back then their Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign failed to raise the hundred thousand dollars is required to make the jump into manufacture. However not deterred they have relaunched a new campaign looking to raise $50,000 and are already nearly halfway there with 15 days remaining.

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BLEasy Low Energy Bluetooth Bridge For Arduino Shields (video)

Bluetooth Bridge

A new Low Energy Bluetooth bridge for Arduino Shields has been created by Grabo based in Denton Texas, called the BLEasy, which has been designed to provide an “easy-to-use and one-to-many” Bluetooth Energy Bridge for Arduino projects.

The BLEasy board is equipped with two types of models that combined together whilst pairing up. The BLEasy Host connects to the Arduino main board while the BLEasy Slave then connects to your shields, watch the video below to learn more.

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Super Small IMUduino Arduino Leonardo Powered Board (video)

Arduino Leo

Makers, hobbyists and developers that enjoy building projects using the Arduino programming platform using Arduino Leonardo or small development boards, may find a new IMUduino worth more investigation.

The small IMUduino Arduino Leonardo powered board is currently the world’s smallest Arduino Leonardo compatible board that includes integrated wireless motion and orientation sensing technology.

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Apple 1 Computer Sells At Auction For $905,000

Apple 1

Earlier this week one of the very first Apple computers to ever be built, went up for auction in the form of the hand-built Apple 1 that was created by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak way back in 1976 and that started the Apple company we know today.

Originally the Apple 1 was sold to hobbyists and computer enthusiasts for $666.66 and the duo sold roughly 200 units back in 1976. The Apple 1 unit that took to auction earlier this week was part of an order of 50 computers that Steve Wozniak hand assembled for a nearby computer shop.

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Polyes Q1 Liquid Resin 3D Printing Pen Requires No Heat (video)

3D Printing Pen

This week during the Polychrome World event this month, Future Make unveiled its new 3D printing pen to the world in the form of the Polyes Q1 which uses a liquid resin and a photo curable UV process to create the plastic rather than a hot end as with other 3D printing pens.

Whilst using the Polyes Q1 3D printing pen the liquid resin is instantly solidified by exposure to a UV light and requires no heat. Making it much safer for users when compared to other filament extruding pens that can cause burns to the hands and skin.

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Raspberry Pi Touch Screen Unveiled By Eben Upton (video)

Raspberry Pi Touch Screen

During this weeks TechCrunch Disrupt in London Raspberry Pi founder and creator Eben Upton has been onstage unveiling a new Raspberry Pi touch screen which has been created to help makers, developers and hobbyists create “Pi Pads”.

During an interview with TechCrunch’s John Biggs, Upton unveiled the 7 inch VGA capacitive Raspberry Pi touchscreen panel that has been specifically designed to be combined with a Raspberry Pi mini PC to create a fully functional tablet.

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Tiny Neutron X86 Haswell Windows Mini PC Passes Funding Goal (video)


After launching earlier this month the new tiny Windows mini PC that can fit in the palm of your hand called  the Neutron, has now passed its funding goal of $30,000 over on the Kickstarter website, with still 19 days left to run on its campaign.

The tiny pocket sized Windows mini PC has been designed to provide users with a full Windows PC in a tiny footprint that can be equipped with the latest Intel Haswell i3 and i5 processors and supported by up to 16 GB of DDR3 RAM.

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Google USB Security Key Unveiled To Strengthen Your Account Security

Google USB Security Key

In addition to the 2-Step Verification Google has today announced even stronger protection for security sensitive individuals in the form of the Google USB Security Key.

Google users can strengthen the security of their accounts on top of the already implemented 2-Step Verification, that once implemented asks for a verification code from your phone in addition to your password by using the new Security Key.

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